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Batterby House, at 251 Allen Street, is a Victorian in the Queen Anne style. Built in 1900, it was designed by architect M.J. O'Connor as a rectory. It subsequently served as a convent for the sisters of St. Mary's Academy. The house features beautiful parquet floors throughout, leaded...
We spent the 4th of July weekend and the town was surprisingly quiet and less crowded than we expected, which was perfect for us! Joe and Courtney were the perfect hosts, every detail, the music, the peaceful living room, the free snacks, the amazing breakfast,...More
All of the reviewers before me have got it right- this place is a gem, by far the nicest B&B I have ever stayed in. I LOVED the book and cookbook collection in the sitting room, and the eclectic mix of records has something for...More
Management response:Responded 18 April 2018
Thank you so much for your kind review. Joe and I are so happy to hear you enjoyed your stay with us! We have a bit of a book addiction so we are always happy when someone else can enjoy our library :) We can't...More
There is a reason for all of the glowing reviews regarding Batterby. From the eclectic collection of books, movies & vinyl records to the thoughtfully decorated bedrooms, each with its own warm and rustic personality, this B&B Is truly an experience to be had by...More
I can only echo all the other glowing reviews...the rooms, the snacks, the breakfast. But Courtney and Joe went above and beyond when I inquired if my son, who was staying elsewhere in town for job interviews, could join my daughter and me for their...More
This was the first time my husband and I visited Hudson, NY and we are grateful to have found Batterby House to stay on our weekend away from NYC. From the moment we walked in, Joe greeted us with warm hospitality and gave us a...More